New Mexico Association
of School Psychologists


Mission Statement:

The New Mexico Association of School Psychologists’ (NMASP) mission is to advocate for and promote best practices to enhance students’ learning, behavior, and mental health that are culturally sensitive and respectful of diversity.

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Leslie Z. Paige:  Leadership and Advocacy:  You Can Make a Difference  paige leslie handout pdf.pdf


Craig Pierce:  Unconditional Positive Regard in The Classroom: A Trauma-Informed Approach  pierce craig powerpoint Presentation.pdf


Sylvia Acosta and Tiffany Otero:  Autism Spectrum Disorder and Co-occurring Conditions: Considerations for School Psychologists  acosta and otero pdf When it Isn’t Just Autism Supporting Co-occurring Symptoms at School.pdf


Niki Feldman:  Self-Care Strategies for Mental Health Practitioners:  Yoga, Breath and Mindful Practice  handout niki feldman Self-Care Strategies for Mental Health Practitioners.docx


Lorie Gerkey:  Understanding Least Restrictive Environment from the Legal Perspective  gerkey lorie handout Understanding LRE from a legal perspective.pdf


gerkey lorie handout LRE Decision Tree.pdf


Legally Navigating Eligibility and Educational Need for Students with Other Health Impairments  gerkey lorie handout Legally Navigating Eligibility and Educational Need for Students with Other Health Impairments.pdf


What Would You Do?  gerkey lorie Handout- What would you do-ethical issues in school psychology.pdf


gerkey lorie handout 2010 Ethical Principles NASP.pdf


gerkey lorie worksheet thical and Legal Decision-Making Model.pdf


Victoria Calder:  School Behavioral Threat Assessments:  An Introduction  calder victoria Powerpoint NMASP.pptx











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